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FULL COVERAGE: John Key ChChChanges On Climate

SCOOP FULL COVERAGE: In Focus: John Key ChChChanges On Climate Change


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Politics: Are Key's Former Climate Change Pronouncements Now Inconvenient Truths? - "I firmly believe in climate change and always have," was new National Party Leader John Key's answer to nine-till-noon interviewer Kathryn Ryan earlier this week when asked whether the climate was being affected by Greenhouse gas emissions. Mr Key was something less of an eco-warrior a year earlier however when speaking in the House about the Climate Change Response Amendment Bill in mid-2005. See... 2005 Vs 2006: Key And Climate Change
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Scoop Video.Scoop Video: Reaching For Dreams – Who Is John Key?
Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: Wammo and Scoop's Kevin List talk about John Key's adaptation to the demands of leadership and compare and contrast his statements on global warming leading to a little media advice for the new leader. They also canvas Fiji negotiations and Nicky Hager's influence on election '05.
  • NZ Govt - Key offers nothing new on climate change
  • National - National wants emissions market talks
  • National - Key: New Zealand Society of Actuaries
  • Greens - Key speech again shows National short on substance
  • United Future - Multi-party climate change summit urgently needed
  • Greenpeace NZ - Key Challenged on Climate Change
  • Scoop Report - New National Leadership Brash And Confident
  • John Key Speech - North Shore National Party luncheon
  • NZ Govt - Key all style, no substance

  • ASSOCIATED AUDIO:
    Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: John Key faces the media after delivering his first speech as National leader. What exactly will National do with Maori electorates? And, is there really a role for ex-leader Don Brash in a new look centrist National Party?
    Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: New National Party leader, John Key, delivers his first speech answering calls from those who ask: "Who is John Key and what does he stand for?"
    Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: Old Nat leader, Don Brash, publicly hands the leadership reins over to John Key.

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